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Ontario Line

A new 15.6-km subway line in Toronto that will run from Exhibition Place, through downtown, all the way to the Eglinton Crosstown LRT at Don Mills Road.

Moss Park Station

The Ontario Line station at Moss Park will connect a dense and fast-growing area of the city to the subway network. An estimated 7,300 people are expected to use Moss Park Station during the busiest travel hour.

A new Ontario Line connection in this community will help relieve congestion on popular surface routes, like the 75 Sherbourne bus and 501 Queen streetcar, with almost 1,500 customers transferring to and from the Ontario Line every day during the busiest travel hour.

The station will be within a short 10-minute walk for more than 23,600 residents, in an area of the city where 4,100 households don’t currently own a car.

Station area map

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Map showing Moss Park Station location. View a more detailed project footprint in the Environmental Impact Assessment Report here.


Ontario Line subway project breaks ground at Exhibition Station – see the new renderings released

Future Ontario Line station building at Moss Park, looking west. Future park landscaping to be determined in consultation with City of Toronto and community partners.

Moss Park interior rendering

Future Ontario Line Moss Park Station interior.

Key facts

  • 23,600 people within walking distance to station
  • 7,300 customers will use the station during the busiest travel hour (2,500 getting on and 4,800 getting off the Ontario Line)
  • 1,500 surface transfers during the busiest travel hour
  • 23,200 jobs in the area

*Forecast for the year 2041

Land Acknowledgement

Metrolinx acknowledges that it operates on lands that have been, and continue to be, home to many Indigenous Peoples including the Anishnabeg, the Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat peoples. We are all Treaty people. Many of us have come here as settlers, as immigrants or involuntarily as part of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, in this generation, or generations past. We acknowledge the historic and continued impacts of colonization and the need to work towards meaningful reconciliation with the original caretakers of this land. We acknowledge that Metrolinx operates on territories and lands covered by many treaties that affirm and value the rights of Indigenous communities, Nations and Peoples. We understand the importance of working towards reconciliation with the original caretakers of this land. At Metrolinx, we will conduct business in a manner that is built on a foundation of trust, respect and collaboration.